i was requested to make this for a gathering and was a bit skeptical about it. however, it is so easy to make and it tastes great. nobody knows that it is made with tofu until they are told. found this recipe in the "can't believe it's kosher" cookbook. cook time does not include chill time.
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this version of the old fashioned recipe has apples, nuts and raisins together with spices, brown sugar and molasses under a very rich pastry crust. the other recipe on zaar seems to top the apples with a cake-like topper but this is wonderful too. from
we love tamales but they are such a pain to make so i came up with this recipe; its a combination of recipe #191472 and recipe #168006. i've made it with both masa harina and cornmeal, and prefer the cornmeal that has been ground very fine. garnish th
adapted from a family friend's recipe. delicious and my husband asks for it all the time! great as leftovers and can be made into a beef stew too! serve on toasted sourdough roles and serve with coleslaw (we like the fanny flagg recipe).
this is very yummy, simple, but good enough for company. due to the low roasting temp, the meat melts in your mouth and my guests were almost licking their plates. lol tho not necessary, i like to make this dish 2-3 days ahead of time before serving, it r
i had been searching for a good bread bowl to use with a zuppa toscana soup recipe that i have and i was shocked to see that zaar didn't have so many. i finally found one that was suited my needs from taste of home. i've tweeked it a bit and now can mak
with thanksgiving around the corner, thought you might like a new sweet potato recipe to try. a splash of sweet sherry in them gives them wonderful flavor! no need to wait for a holiday though, try them for dinner tonight!
the more you make of this, the less it will be for your family or guests...it is so yummy, that you don't mind gobbling it all up at once! its an indian sweet, generally made 'n enjoyed in north india. a family favourite! i love this especially in the col
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